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Vulnerable Businesses Underprepared for Another Disaster - New Research

Despite the impacts of COVID, Australian businesses have still not put safeguards in place to ensure their viability in another pandemic or natural disaster.    According to new research a large portion of Australian bus...

The four critical tenets of responsible AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is behind the majority of things we interact with online including product/service suggestions, health diagnoses, and language translations. Like a muscle, the more it’s used, the more powerful...

Post-pandemic will be make or break for digital businesses

2020 has thrown businesses into disarray. Many previously had omnichannel strategies, however have been forced to adopt online-only in a year that’ll be remembered for lockdowns and video calls. The current issue facing ma...

Collaboration, culture and cyber resilience: The three Cs in the digital shift

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a global work-from-home experiment with participation from organisations across all sectors. Research from McKinsey suggests 85 per cent of organisations have accelerated the digitisation of th...

Defending against ransomware – it’s a matter of when, not if

Ransomware is the single biggest cyberthreat facing businesses today. Being attacked by cybercrooks using ransomware is a matter of when, not if. So, if you’re going to come under attack, what are some preventative measure...

WORLD E-COMMERCE LEADERS ANNOUNCE HUGE GROWTH DURING PANDEMIC

During the global pandemic, some of the world’s leading e-commerce companies have thrived with unexpected employee hires, massive turnover and agile operation procedures. Big players Amazon and Alibaba Group in particular...

Making Sure You Rate in the Mortgage Market

It took months of searching online, dozens of phone calls, and umpteen house tours, but you’ve  finally found a place you’d love to call home. It has a fabulous kitchen and circular floor plan for  entertaining, enough...

4 Scams Your Business Needs to be Aware of in 2021

No matter what’s going on in the world, you can be sure that there are scammers out there looking for a way to exploit it. The coronavirus pandemic is a case in point. Millions of UK businesses have been struggling to surv...

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Government funds are not 'taxpayer money' — media and politicians should stop confusing the two

www.shutterstock.comRhetoric plays an important role in tax debate and therefore tax policy. If your side manages to gain traction in the public imagination with labels such as “death tax&r...

Post-pandemic will be make or break for digital businesses

2020 has thrown businesses into disarray. Many previously had omnichannel strategies, however have been forced to adopt online-only in a year that’ll be remembered for lockdowns and video...

Collaboration, culture and cyber resilience: The three Cs in the digital shift

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a global work-from-home experiment with participation from organisations across all sectors. Research from McKinsey suggests 85 per cent of organisations have...

Defending against ransomware – it’s a matter of when, not if

Ransomware is the single biggest cyberthreat facing businesses today. Being attacked by cybercrooks using ransomware is a matter of when, not if. So, if you’re going to come under attack...

WORLD E-COMMERCE LEADERS ANNOUNCE HUGE GROWTH DURING PANDEMIC

During the global pandemic, some of the world’s leading e-commerce companies have thrived with unexpected employee hires, massive turnover and agile operation procedures. Big players Ama...

Virtual Reality and Its Impact On Business

The majority of people tend to relate Virtual Reality to headsets and gaming. But it’s much more than that. Virtual Reality is a potent technology that has significant business value too...

Indonesia's aviation safety has improved, but a lot remains to be done

Workers disinfect parts of Sriwijaya Air Flight 182 recovered from the waters off Jakarta, Indonesia, January 10 2021.Tatan Syuflana/APThe Sriwijaya Air Flight 182 disaster serves as a warning fo...

Enjoy them while you can? The ecotourism challenge facing Australia's favourite islands

Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.Greg Brave/ShutterstockI fell for Kangaroo Island from my first visit. I recall standing on a headland on the island’s southern coast, nea...

What's at stake for NZ in Australia’s case against China at the World Trade Organisation?

www.shutterstock.comWith the relationship between China and Australia souring in the past six months, New Zealand’s response will need to be nuanced and careful, but also principled.First a...

Making Sure You Rate in the Mortgage Market

It took months of searching online, dozens of phone calls, and umpteen house tours, but you’ve  finally found a place you’d love to call home. It has a fabulous kitchen and circular fl...

4 Scams Your Business Needs to be Aware of in 2021

No matter what’s going on in the world, you can be sure that there are scammers out there looking for a way to exploit it. The coronavirus pandemic is a case in point. Millions of UK busi...

Schiavello-backed IoT Nura Space launches

Unified working platform (UWP) Nura Space has publicly launched its Australian-first system, designed to understand, redefine and optimise workplaces of the future. A timely response t...

Does the volunteer own the intellectual property?

When a volunteer creates IP or intellectual property such as a logo, content, videos, or photographs, the law shall consider that the IP belongs to an individual and not to an organization...

THE POWER OF FOUR: DIGITISATION, AUTOMATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND DATA

Technology has become deeply embedded in almost every facet of modern-day life and plays an intrinsic role in many businesses across the globe. Digital transformation is enabling organisati...

PIZZA HUT TO TAKE ANOTHER SLICE OF THE MARKET

Pizza Hut Australia has made a strategic move as it continues to take a larger slice of the food-on-the-go consumer spend. The business has begun trialling service station kiosks to bring f...

would China's 'bastards' buy a mine from him?

Kelly Barnes/AAPColourful mining magnate Clive Palmer’s political ambitions appear to be in tatters. But what of his multibillion-dollar legal ambitions?On Sunday he announced his United Au...

highly skilled Black African professionals on racial microaggressions at work

ShutterstockHighly skilled Black African professionals report experiences of racial microaggressions at work are common and are expressed in a variety of ways. My recent study published in the Br...

there's something to gain in the space between home and work

ShutterstockFor many of us, one of the upsides of 2020 was being freed from the grind of the daily commute. For the 40% of the workforce able to “telecommute”, COVID-19 social distanc...

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